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Old October 3 2012, 03:13 PM   #16
Re: Vegas: Cowboys vs. Mobsters in the '60s

I enjoyed last night's episode much more than the pilot. I like how it will be a mix of a serial/procedural show. The cast has been amazing. But i usually like anything Dennis Quaid is in. He pretty much is the reason i gave the show a shot last week, and i'm glad i did.
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Old October 4 2012, 07:38 AM   #17
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Re: Vegas: Cowboys vs. Mobsters in the '60s

i thought the first two episodes were pretty entertaining. though, it feels like different shades of Crime Story.
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Old October 7 2012, 12:01 AM   #18
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I missed the pilot, but saw the second episode, and found it a bit lackluster. They've set it in an interesting time, but in the episode I saw they're not using it in any sort of interesting way. It feels very modern (especially the female characters), like people at a dress-up party. I'll watch more, but I wasn't taken by my first taste (unlike Mad Men which hooked me right off when I stumbled into an early episode).

One thing they're definitely NOT capturing is the look of Las Vegas at that time. Their backlot settings don't look much like old Vegas, and their Fremont Street set is underpopulated, unconvincing, and about 1/3rd as dense with light as it should be at night. I remember that street from the late 60s, and it was a neon and bulb extravaganza for several blocks. This is what it REALLY looked like in 1960:

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Old October 7 2012, 12:09 AM   #19
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Yeah, it feels fake while Mad Men seems authentic. I didn't live through the 60's, so I'm just guessing.
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